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Posted On December 16, 2015By Raegan ThurlowIn Materialism

Fashion Real: CEOh-No! Dress for the Job You Have

by Raegan Thurlow, Part-Time Fashionista Most of my generation will say that they remember where they were when Obama was elected president. I will remember where I was the first time I saw my CEO wearing jeans… We were at the airport preparing to take an 18+ hour flight to our office in Tel Aviv, Israel. He was wearing a white t-shirt and light denim jeans. I was speechless – until I wasn’t. “What are you wearing?! What’s going on?!” It was unnerving. I’d only ever seen him wearing theRead More
the ultimate social network

Posted On March 9, 2014By Freddy Tran NagerIn Marketing

Introducing the Ultimate Social Network: Fatter+

by Freddy J. Nager, Founder of Atomic Tango + Member of Too Many Social Networks… Apparently, the leading social networks have given up on innovation. Now they just gaze covetously at each other’s “best practices.”Read More
Snake Oil Serum
by Freddy J. Nager, Founder of Atomic Tango + Guy Who’s Extremely Allergic To Snake Oil; featured photo by Mister Serum via Wikimedia Commons… “Snake oil” originally described the fake medicine that con men sold across 19th century America. The worthless ointments and lotions supposedly cured everything from basic pains to baldness, when the only thing they consistently cured was “heavy wallet syndrome.” Scientific American describes how these faux experts worked:  “…the ‘doctor’ was aided by a shill in the crowd who would, at the appropriate moment, call out thatRead More

Posted On March 22, 2009By Freddy Tran NagerIn Marketing

Pipe Dreams: Did Silicon Valley Pick The Right Role Model?

by Freddy J. Nager, Founder Of Atomic Tango LLC + Guy Who Values Public Utilities But Wouldn’t Want To Work For One… The late Senator Ted Stevens was roundly mocked for his comment that the Internet was a “series of tubes.” Now, there were many reasons to ridicule venal Ted, but his analogy wasn’t that off the mark. Yes, it was technically wrong, but many Web 2.0 companies share the same purpose as public utilities: they exist to pipe stuff to users…Read More